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January 04, 2018, 01:45:59 PM
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I tried sending BTC from the core wallet the 12th of december and I just used the recomended fees from the Core wallet. I now see that was a mistake, since it became around 20 sat/byte. I figured it would be dropped if it did not go through, but it has not, and is still on zero confirmations.

I've tried looking around to Child pays for parent stuff and double spend, but I just can't figure it out. Tried accelerators too, but they allways time out or give an error of some kind.. I fucked up, and now I am at a loss. I see others with the same problem in here, so hopefully someone can help me too. I made a new post and apologize if I should have piggybacked another post with a simimar issue.

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8cf13c3a51c9ae898b0950bab9e077891b59840831d13a2e411d8ed0e44918a6

16ec484870fdc320e49b56035e1a625f447c4490606e3a7749ba3919744dff9c

Edit: Thanks in advance if anyone are able to give some help.
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January 04, 2018, 02:00:10 PM
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Do you own the address you send the BTC to (receiving address)? What wallet is used for the receiving address?

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January 04, 2018, 02:03:07 PM
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I believe that some of the block explorers have already purged your transaction from their mempool at least once but Core rebroadcasted it anyway. You have to remove the transaction from your client. Go to your transaction tab and right click the desired transactions and click abandon transaction.

What OS are you using? Is your client pruned?

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January 04, 2018, 02:16:30 PM
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Do you own the address you send the BTC to (receiving address)? What wallet is used for the receiving address?

I sent it to Coinbase as for now. And both have been pending there since the 12th. Not sure why the transactions shows up as received 9 days ago and 4 hours ago (I did not realize this one until now).


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I believe that some of the block explorers have already purged your transaction from their mempool at least once but Core rebroadcasted it anyway. You have to remove the transaction from your client. Go to your transaction tab and right click the desired transactions and click abandon transaction. What OS are you using? Is your client pruned?


It's an old wallet.dat I had, and I used Bitcoin core. The option for abandon transaction and "increase transaction fee" are both greyed out. Windows 10 OS x64. I don't know what the pruned wallet is. Sorry, I just got back into this space. I downlaoded the bitcoin core, synced it, and imported an old wallet and sent the funds with a too small fee. That's all i know.
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January 04, 2018, 02:32:54 PM
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It's an old wallet.dat I had, and I used Bitcoin core. The option for abandon transaction and "increase transaction fee" are both greyed out. Windows 10 OS x64. I don't know what the pruned wallet is. Sorry, I just got back into this space. I downlaoded the bitcoin core, synced it, and imported an old wallet and sent the funds with a too small fee. That's all i know.
Alright. Assuming that you didn't have a pruned wallet and the client (I assume 64bits) is installed inside the program files.

Press the Window Key and R simultaneously. Type CMD and press enter. Paste the following:
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"C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\bitcoin-qt.exe" -zapwallettxes
This will get rid of every transaction and display only the confirmed transactions.

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